Armed Home Invaders Killed by Resident With Shotgun – Police

Two suspects shot dead when burglary goes sideways

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Two suspects were shot dead and two more arrested during a botched home invasion in Indiana this week, according to reports.

The harrowing incident unfolded before sunrise on Sunday in Auburn, a small city in DeKalb County.

A male homeowner was awoken by his barking dog to find three burglars stealing items from his house, according to WPTA.

The suspects reportedly held a gun to the man’s head and demanded he give them money.

However, members of the group apparently were at the man’s home the previous day and had already taken all of his cash.

The victim managed to procure a shotgun and fired at two of his assailants who were later identified as Dylan Scott Morefield, 22, and Rameica Lasharon Moore, 36, police say.

He then marched the third suspect, 42-year-old Tabitha L. Johnson, outside where they encountered a fourth suspect, Shaun T. Kruse, 42, who had been acting as a lookout.

Police arrived to find the homeowner holding the suspects at gunpoint.

“Shaun Kruse admitted to police that he had driven himself, Tabitha, Dylan, and Rameica to the man’s home on May 14, documents say. He said while they were there, Dylan and Rameica had a confrontation with the homeowner in an attempt to get money from him,” WPTA reports.

“He claimed Dylan was the aggressor when they demanded $65 from the man. Shaun said later that day, all four got together and spoke about going back to the man’s house to get more money and take his car and other belongings.”

Kruse and Johnson were each charged with two counts of murder and burglary with a deadly weapon.

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